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Old May 1st 2018, 12:01 AM   #1
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I Ride: 1199 Panigale
Troubleshooting Guide

Who hasn't experienced a problem with their bike? There's a lot of experience on this forum as well as others... and a lot of information to be shared. I'd like to compile as much data as possible and put together a troubleshooting guide that everyone might benefit from. It'll be kept fairly simple and include the following fields:

1. Year/Model- the year and model of your bike
2. Symptom- very short description of your problem (example-does not start)
3. EOBD- is your engine light on?
4. Error Message- is there an error message present on the dash?
5. DTC- if diagnostic software was used to diagnose the fault, what code/message was reported?
6. Cause of Failure- what caused the failure? (example-bad battery)
7. Corrective Action- what actions did you take to correct the failure? (example-replaced battery)
8. Special Notes- add only if necessary, and if necessary, be brief

Only contribute if you're absolutely positive that a given corrective measure resolved the fault that you experienced. Don't say your bike was running rough and you replaced three different items and now the bike runs great. You don't know precisely what corrected the problem.
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Old May 1st 2018, 01:14 AM   #2
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I Ride: 1199 - - - - - - - - - R1200GS Rallye X - - - - - Sherco 300SEF-R - - - - -
1. 2013 1199 base
2. Very hot while riding naked
3. No engine light
4. No error
5. No diagnostic used
6. Nuts were touching the subrame bolts (nuts and bolts)
7. Put some trousers on to stop the freeballing
8. Seems to be much better with trousers on, am thinking of wrapping my sack in titanium material wrap for the next nude ride. I would have posted images of the bag in question but have trouble uploading images.
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Old May 1st 2018, 05:35 AM   #3
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I Ride: 2011 Monster 796 & 2013 1199 Base
1. 2013 1199 Base
2. Oil collecting on and below clutch cover and belly pan.
3. None
4. None
5. N/A
6. Horizontal and vertical valve covers leaking.
7. Pulled valve covers, cleaned mating surfaces, liberally applied ThreeBond gasket sealant, re-torqued the valve cover bolts. Has not leaked since.
8. N/A
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Old May 1st 2018, 05:38 AM   #4
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I Ride: 2011 Monster 796 & 2013 1199 Base
1. 2013 1199 Base
2. Found coolant pooled underneath bike the morning after a ride.
3. No
4. No
5. N/A
6. Leaking thermostat/squirter unit.
7. TBD - Found leak at seam of two piece thermostat/squirter. Pulled thermostat, cleaned and applied gasket sealant, pending reinstall. Will replace thermostat unit if still leaking.
8. None.
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Old May 1st 2018, 08:42 AM   #5
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I Ride: 2016 1199R Pani, R6 racer, 2014 1199S Pani, 2016 BMW S1000RR, KTM 250exc, GasGas 250txt, skateboard
1. 2015 1199R
2. Wheelies like a beasty
3. EOBD- no
4. Error Message- no
5. DTC- Traction control sorcery turned off
6. Cause of Failure- Throttle hand of god
7. Corrective Action- Held at the balance point
8. Special Notes- Was a hero
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Old May 1st 2018, 10:52 AM   #6
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I Ride: Panigale, CRF450, CRF50, GROM, bionicon supershuttle
1. 2012 1199 base
2. got a speeding ticket
3. no
4. no
5. ask the officer
6. went too fast, still felt slow
7. paid an attorney and bought a radar detector
8. won the case for improper equipment and never got busted since
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